Odds to Win AAF Championship

The second of three total Alliance of American Football stages is set for Saturday and Sunday. It is the start of the second half of the AAF regular season. It took nearly a month and a half for offenses, in a league that is postured to be offensive, to catch up with the defenses and ignite the fan base with four high scoring contests. Odds to Win AAF Championship: Spurrier Even Money.

The season opening favorite to win the AAF title squares off with the now-AAF championship futures chalk. The primetime game on Saturday between the Arizona Hotshots (6-1) and Orlando Apollos (Even) features two of the highest-scoring teams in the Alliance. Leading off the Week 6 contests finds the Memphis Express (60-1) in Utah to face the Salt Lake Stallions (25-1).

Sunday main event sports the San Antonio Commanders (4-1) in Atlanta to square off against the upstart Legends (25-1). That’s followed by the Birmingham Iron (8-1) playing the role as visitor to the host San Diego Fleet (6-1). .

Looking for a split screen view in March Madness and AAF action?

Here is your Saturday and Sunday football viewing information:

AFF Week 6 Schedule

Memphis Express at Salt Lake Stallions
Date: Saturday, March 16 | Time: 4 p.m. ET
Venue: Rice-Eccles Stadium — Salt Lake City

Arizona Hotshots at Orlando Apollos
Date: Saturday, March 16 | Time: 8 p.m. ET
Venue: Spectrum Stadium — Orlando, Florida
TV Broadcast: NFL Network

San Antonio Commanders at Atlanta Legends
Date: Sunday, March 17 | Time: 4 p.m. ET
Venue: Georgia State Stadium — Atlanta, Georgia
TV Broadcast: CBS Sports Network

Birmingham Iron at San Diego Fleet
Date: Sunday, March 17 | Time: 8 p.m. ET
Venue: SDCCU Stadium — San Diego, California
TV Broadcast: NFL Network

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Odds to Win AAF Championship: Spurrier Even Money

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